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When I was a child, my favorite holiday of the entire year was Thanksgiving. From the food to the parade to the family gathering, everything was predictable and wonderful, each in its own way. My […]

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Each November 11, our country acknowledges the sacrifices made by and honor given to our military personnel on Veteran’s Day. For many families, military service is a fact of life for their children, and for […]

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In April of 1890, Carrington Brouwer finds herself alone. After growing up in Paris with a father struggling to make a name for himself as an artist, Carrie is forced to find a place to […]

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Music and children’s literature go together like peanut butter and jelly to this picture book loving mom. My kids and I adore curling up with books that can be read and sung, and when one […]

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Raise your hand if you’ve ever stood in front of your sick child trying to figure out if her symptoms warrant a middle-of-the-night call to the pediatrician service, or if you can cuddle her back […]

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Looking for summer reading recommendations for you or the kids? Come browse around 5 Minutes for Books! I’m thrilled to welcome 5 Minutes for Books reviewer Lisa today for her first guest post here at […]

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Today we have a GUEST TACKLER — Onna from Toddler Craft. Onna is a SAHM, educator who runs a small day care in her home. She loves to see the kids learn as they create […]

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Did you know that this week is National Work at Home week? I know many of you out there are WAHMs or have aspirations to one day become a work at home mom! Mary Byers […]

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5 Minutes for Parenting’s weekly column, A Dose of Humor, is here to remind you to take your humor pill regularly as the best medicine to treat the side effects of parenting! It features a […]

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This post was written by guest contributor, Robin from Pensieve, who is in India this week with Compassion Bloggers. Compassion, Calcutta and Kids That’s not fair!  How many times does a mother of young children […]

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